Thursday, May 1, 2008

It's Thursday and It's Crap Outside

What to do when May feels like December? Kick off "Spring" with a little book reading/signing at King's English. Salt Lake City native turned New York author Sarah Burningham will be in town tonight to share with us her inventive book, How to Raise Your Parents: A Teen Girl's Survival Guide, the idea for which originated when Burningham herself was an adolescent battling for, among other things, an extended curfew.

Hip-hop heads have two opportunities to witness a new chapter in the career of master DJ crew X-ecutioners (Rob Swift, Total Eclipse, Precision) executing insane feats of turntablism. The under-21 crowd can check out the action at Uprok, 5 p.m. Later, the Ground Xero tour hits the Hotel, a private club for members.

Oh, and some band named "The Used" is performing at Saltair. Go if you want to see a local boy making bank on the drums.

Also, I really miss this band

(Jamie Gadette)

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.